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Inside Spain’s Most Famous Street For Epic Gastronomic Experiences

BY NADIA CHO Despite being Spain’s smallest autonomy and province, La Rioja has a lot to boast about. It is home to stunning views of wine country, the most amazing wine in the world, and Spain’s most famous street for delicious pinchos: Calle Laurel. The capital city of La Rioja was voted the gastronomic capital […]

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Your Lowdown On North American Language Assistant Program In Spain

BY NADIA CHO Every year the government of Spain invites thousands of native English speakers from the United States, Canada and Australia to work as language assistants in Spanish schools all over the country. SEE ALSO: The Low Down On Teaching English In Chiang Mai, Thailand In recent years this program has become incredibly popular among recent […]

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This Block Party In Madrid Defines Urban Cool

BY NADIA CHO A Block Party at La Tabacalera in Madrid was a day full of musical performances, workshops, arts and crafts and upbeat socializing. La Tabacalera is a spacious old building in the neighborhood of Lavapies that used to be an abandoned tobacco factory but now functions as a community center and art museum. The […]

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Dream Destinations In Spain (That You Probably Haven’t Heard Of)

BY NADIA CHO When I first came to Spain, my study abroad advisor told me that there is so much to see in this one country that there’s never any reason to travel outside of Spain. Turns out she was extremely right. Three years later, after having visited many locales all over the country, the […]

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Ring In 2015 With The Best European Celebrations

BY NADIA CHO Are you an expat in Europe planning to spend the holidays away from home this year? Wondering what your options are for having the wildest New Year’s Eve celebration for 2015? The holidays are fast approaching and it’s time to start making plans for one of the most festive occasions of the […]

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How This Entrepreneur’s One Way Ticket Turned Into A Creative Startup

BY WENDY HUNG Evona Niewiadomska and I first met within Boston’s startup community years ago. I was working as a Marketing Director for a social network based in San Francisco, and she was managing a coworking space for entrepreneurs in Boston. I flew to the East Coast frequently, hosting events and Evona was always such a joy […]

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Because Time Passes More Slowly In Spain

BY NADIA CHO Photo: Flickr/Arjan Richter All foreigners alike are appalled by their inefficiency, above all their maddening unpunctuality. The one Spanish word that no foreigner can avoid is mañana – ‘tomorrow’. Whenever it is conceivably possible, the business of today is put off until mañana – Orwell People all over the world have heard […]

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